Division Road’s Seattle Store Closure
It’s here. This will be the final weekend of our first chapter in the Division Road chronicle, as the Seattle store will be closed for in-store service after Saturday. Behind the scenes we’re busy moving product and team members to Virginia, while online operations will remain completely intact as we transition to our new home base and build the next iteration. Please note, to ensure accuracy in order fulfillment per our normal standards, for the next several weeks there will be a fair amount of our goods that will be hidden from the webstore while in transit that will be repopulated upon arrival and inspection in VA. You may still purchase online with confidence as everything shown is accounted for, and there will be no delays in processing with our well-orchestrated ballet of boots and button-downs. We’ve seen many of our local DRA members and are grateful for the outpouring of support and the ability to serve you in our original location one last time! It’s been a great honor, all of you and Seattle will always be a part of the Division Road story, and the many memories and folks we’ve served in our Pioneer Square location are a history that won’t be forgotten.
As an homage to our loyal and regular core customers, we called all ranks to present our Second Edition of the Wardrobe Patina Post to document and exhibit some well-worn, trademark DR collaborations and pieces that represent our clients’ style profile and single uniform aesthetic to the fullest. Division Road was created in Seattle, and the solidity of our foundation has only been made possible by our many and valued members of the Seattle Battalion. It’s true that we’re moving to expand and elevate Division Road’s content, geographic breadth, product offerings, and to have more robust physical and virtual channels. However, that does not mean that we’re changing what and who we are as an organization, our aesthetic approach, foundation of design and curation, high-level service standards, or any of the other things that make us what we are in the marketplace, all informed by our Seattle roots and members. Enjoy these pieces from the curated closets of tech innovators, artisan coffee roasters, fine furniture makers, doctors, businessmen, and gritty underground workmen that are signature to the wardrobes of a collection of characters. Here’s to commemorating the last five years - these relationships will remain crucial to our core.